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Boone News Republican (Newspaper) - May 10, 1969, Boone, Iowa News views from area schools 18 Boone news Republican saturday May Ioimo vol. 6, no. 41. May to 1969. Boone Iowa Oriental setting was scene for prom at Stratford school saturday May 3 an Oriental setting was the scene for the Junior senior prom at the Stratford Community school saturday evening. May 3. The dinner prepared by the mothers of the Junior class was served by the girls and boys of the Sophomore class. They were All dressed in Oriental costumes. The gym was transformed into a japanese Temple with a canopy of paper streamers in shades of Light and dark Green. The Center of attraction was a Bridge constructed in the Middle of the gym floor. It was made of real tree limbs and covered with a carpet of grass. Yellow and Orange mums lined the paths leading to the Bridge. Japanese lanterns Hung from the ceiling and a Large Gold decorated mural of it. Fuji was used in the decorations. A Tea House was located at one end of the gym Complete with a dragon overlooking the scene. Punch and Fortune cookies were served during the evening. Jeff Solvey president of the Junior class gave the Welcome to the guests and Bruce Crim gave the response wit a Toast of thanks. Superintendent Stone and Dan Lynch each gave a talk and mrs. Guttau gave a Sayonara to the seniors. During the program the group was entertained by Geisha dances by a group from a Boone dance school. At 9 ., the students enjoyed dancing to the music of the leather soul orchestra from f Omaha. At Midnight the group went to the Stratford theater to see two shows. The memorable evening was brought to a i close at 5 . At a breakfast i served by the mothers and Fath ers of the Junior class. I Pha installation of officers will be held May 12 the future homemakers of America of the Boone High school will have their installation of officers for the 1969-70 school year monday May 12, at 7 30 In the High school auditorium. This is one of the clubs most impressive events of the year and the Public is invited to attend. New officers for the coming year Are Ginette majors president Kathy Craven vice president Becky Hall Secretary Rene Porter treasurer Roselyn Wirtz projects Carla Grabau parliamentarian Carole Tyrie social Cindy Payton Public relations Nicki Spahn recreation Chris Abbott music chairman and Sally Linderblood historian. The a top 25�?�, popular singing group from Boone High will perform following the installation. Isu scholarship to k. Bravard Kenneth Bravard son of or. And mrs. Everett Bravard it. 3, has been awarded an Iowa University general Merit scholarship. Kenneth a graduate of Story City High school will graduate this Spring from Boone Junior College. He will attend Iowa state University this fall majoring in psychology. Shirts laundered by Cardinal shirts finished the Way you like them. Folded or on hangers phone 432-4853 Cardinal cleaners free pickup and delivery Story City teacher honoured for 35 years of teaching miss Viola Gutmann was guest of Honor recently at a 1 Surprise party in recognition of her 35 years of service to the Story City Community schools. The party was Given by her fellow teachers of the Story City education association and guests included friends former teachers and former students. Milt Mussehl a former teacher. And Myron Rod a student of miss Gutmann spoke briefly of their associations with her. Miss Gutmann was presented a solve by her teacher colleagues. In addition to the 35 years at Story City miss Gutmann taught two years at Bayard in the Junior High and five years at Moulton As a math history and latin teacher in the High school. Since coming to Story City 35 years ago she has taught economics latin and math. New teachers for Roland Story school sixteen new teachers have been employed to teach in the Roland Story City community1 school for the 1969-70 school year. The teachers Are David Hemphill Junior High principal at Roland James Kinyon eighth Grade math assistant varsity football coach Junior senior High wrestling coach and Junior High track coach Elizabeth Yantis sixth Grade at Roland Joann Twedt seventh and eighth Grade Home economics on a half time basis Caye Keith vocation Home economics in High school Eleanor Peters sixth Grade at Story City Gary Degeest vocal music grades 7-12 Marvin Post instrumental music grades 5-8 and Judy Riese girls physical education grades 3-12. Gary Eslick Spanish and English Virginia Meeks tenth Grade English and twelfth Grade i dramatics and writing and extra i curricular speech activities Theola Peck ninth Grade English and twelfth Grade literature and speech Howard Larson High school science and math Margaret Hagge remedial Reading teacher for Story City Karen Cantonwine fourth Grade Story City and Sylvia Anderson one class of eighth Grade language arts and librarian in the Roland Junior High elementary Center. School news from Woodward Granger stage band �?T69 the we stage band under the direction of Harold Dean will perform on May 8 at 7 30 The stage band will play Many selections such As a Delight solely a a Carnaby Street and a another one of the we Junior High school stage band will also play a few selections. Or. Harlan the featured soloist with the band will sing a if i had a Hammer and a i will wait for the swing chorus will perform some numbers. One of the songs will be directed by Jane Drobnich. Children a theatre the children a theatre will be held tuesday May 13, at 4 The speech class is putting on a Snow White amp the seven dwarfs and the Snow White cast includes Kathy j Brown Jan Albright Mark Finestead Gary Elliott Johnj Knoblock Neil Hansen Julie Staker Marisa Nizzi Linda Curtis Susan Todd and Gary Elliott. The cast for Cinderella will be Debbie Dunnihoo Marisa Nizzi Susan Todd Julie Staker Jan Albright Linda Curtis and Neil Hansen. Coming events May 8 a modern music a stage band at 7 30 May 9-10 a District track meet. May 16 a or. High operetta May 17 a state track meet Junior senior banquet and prom. Land shortage could Lead to use of translucent skyscraper greenhouses such As this 75-foot Structure made of fibreglass and plastic. Designer says plants grow faster in these towers which could be built As tall As 150 feet. Tell discovery of death dealing animal virus Washington apr antibodies of a rare virus which can cause death or serious disease Are reported to have been discovered in animals and Birds near the army a Dugway Utah biological warfare Center where. J thousands of sheep died from Jane Thorngren Pilot Mound a. What was described As nerve1 Pilot my. Girl is first in music contest Soprano voice major in the Gas poisoning last year. A Versy College of j be rep0rt was Maje by Fine arts won first prize in the student auditions of the north1 ? p Magazine which said Central District of the National do Sci very of virus. Was first noted in a technical association of teachers of sine it u j n. I a a in a i. 6 journal called bacteriological my contests he d at morning Side College saturday May 3. Reviews two years ago. That report was never brought to the hive tin c0m 6statv, a the upper i Public a attention the Magazine division miss Thorngren Sang Gaid 6 s he the virus Antibu Des Are untre h r 6 Usyk a a its # lated to the sheep deaths for by Brahms and a psalm of j which the army paid $276,000 in to i set 6 Ejon damages and so far no deaths with sir mgr Enustun is to of i less have been reported with or. Marion Hall head Ofia result of them. The Drake voice department As Jane is the daughter of Robert p. Thorngren of Pilot Mound. School lunch menus monday May 12 United Community meat balls mashed potatoes pineapple chocolate Chip cookies Honey butter Sandwich milk i Boone Bee Burger relishes no alternate Parsley butter potatoes summer salad Tomato juice cheese wedge i Brownie milk grand Community Chili amp crackers. Carrot amp celery Sticks i Pear amp peach sauce Raisin bar milk Ogden pork amp Gravy mashed potatoes Apple rings lettuce salad jello with strawberries i bread and butter milk Ryan barbecued pork Sandwich Tri taters buttered com cookie milk Stratford oven Fried Chicken buttered potatoes Wax Beans Pear halves Plain sandwiches milk Trinity St. Paul lutheran j vegetable bean soup luncheon meat toasted cheese Sandwich Orange juice raisins Finger food . Ban milk College prexy too exhausting for Hayakawa the antibodies produced by venezuelan Equine encephalitis were discovered in Birds and animals in the Dugway Salt Lake City area the ramparts article says. Army engineers Tell savings Sacramento Calif. Apr or. S. I. Hayakawa says he Crft i nitric finds being president of san a a Quot flu guat Francisco state College exhausting and he does not want i to hold the Post too Long. A a it a tiring Man tiring a Washington apr an estimated $230 million in flood damage was prevented this Spring by a operation foresight Hayakawa told reporters a engineers said thurs wednesday after coming to the Day Capitol to Tell a legislative com be announcement came As the Mittee of the budget needs for Reskus of a Ergative Federal his strife torn school in the com state.i0cal flood prevention of n,6ar�?T. Fort ordered March i by presi i the semantic St who became Dent Nixon were announced at a 1 nationally known through his Pentagon news conference. Handling of student and faculty maj Gen Frederick Clarke i strikers and demonstrations s0 m become chief of army said he s months away from de engineers warned that such i aiding whether to run for Public measures As a hurriedly built office As some have suggested emergency not Good a it seems such a Remote idea en0ugb or Strong enough to withal this moment Hayakawa stand the on Slaughter of a wild said. But he added he would not eliminate the possibility. 1 a reporter asked what Post he River rampage. Major Long Range water re source planning in the nations might seek if he did decide to chief River basins is needed for run and Hayakawa joked pm this kind problem Clarke Jeror of said. J Hayakawa a Democrat has Pwood damage this Spring been mentioned As a possible amounted to about $10 million candidate for the Senate or the office of state school superin-1 pendent in 1970. He said he largely Rural highways and Bridges but the Cost of a opera. I Tion foresight was estimated would not consider the Possi by ii a. 519 2 million a about $2 to for a Many Many months be Worth 0f damage prevented for cause i have too much to do. Each Ujj Worth suffered Clarke How Long does he plan to hold Gaid his present Post As acting president a not too Long a he said then paused. A a it a tiring Man tiring. Id like to go Back to scholarship. Id like to have time to read a Book. Do you know that i have not read More than one and a half books since i became president and that a five months ago a Congress considers memorials for Ike Washington apr Congress is considering a growing Dile of Bills to memorialize Dwight d. Eisenhower. Proposals Range from naming the first Moon Landing site in his Honor to putting his picture on the Dol. Jar Bill in place of George Washington a. Legislation to Honor the world j Wichita Kan. Apr Navy i War. 11 commander and 34th astronaut quits i cmdr. M. Scott Carpenter who has been both astronaut and aquanaut says he is retiring from the service july i to enter private business. President who died March 28 Are stacked in Capitol Hill hoppers with 25 Bills introduced in the House alone. All Are still in committee. Read the classifieds seat belts save lives. Get them use them i about 4.7 million Man Days were lost to British Industry last year because of strikes. Who of or. Businessman reads your advertising message in the Boone news Republican 1. Your friends and neighbors. Next door in the next Block and in the nearby towns. Those interested in a local happenings Quot a business notes Quot society and school news 2. Every sports minded Reader following Boone Little league state and local school sports and those wondering How Bob Gibson is doing this season 3. Civic minded readers interested in the actions of the City Council Boone school boards Boone Junior College or Boone county Hospital these Are the people. The Wise informed people who read your advertising message in the Boone news Republican we saturate your Central Iowa Trade area with guaranteed delivery to Over 9,000 Homes each wednesday some 30,000 readers interested in news and business Are exposed to your advertising message

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